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pothead

A slang term for a habitual MARIJUANA smoker.
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Some of the people in the building have been hurt over the last few weeks, as they believe the media is painting Bynes as a garden variety pothead even though her problems are much deeper than that.
Jeff is a 30-year-old unemployed pothead who lives in the basement of his exasperated mother's house.
Come On Eileen (15) FORMER dancer and recovering alcoholic Eileen enters into a new relationship with pothead former cricketer Bill.
Effie serenades Nora about her eccentric classmates and professors, her master's thesis, her relationship with a lazy, pothead grad student, the murders terrorizing a local retirement home, lost dogs, and a female stalker.
Gischel is not a young pothead he's a retired nuclear engineer once in the headlines as a whistle-blower on the Three Mile Island meltdown cleanup project.
For a Reagan-era pothead, James is a terribly serious, woefully earnest guy who offers up his SAT scores when applying for low-end summer positions.
At first, everyone thinks he is a pothead, but as his behavior worsens, they realize that he has deeper problems.
Thus, Jocelyn embraces the spirit of Emma in her courtship of Grigg and Prudie sees herself in Fanny Price, especially the strained relationship with her pothead mother (Redgrave).
Billy figures there are three real suspects: Lisa's controlling father, her pothead boyfriend, or her deadbeat stepbrother.
However, Allen reserves her finest comic skewering for her pothead brother Alfie, on the closing track: "You need to get a job because the bills need to get paid/ Get off your lazy arse/ Alfie, please use your brain,/ Surely there's some wall out there that you can spray/ I'm feeling guilty for leading you astray/ Now how the hell do you expect that you'll get laid?
Throwing Beatles-esque rock, synth-pop, country, and you-name-it into the stylistic blender, the irresistible Traffic and Weather captures the quiet desperation and occasional triumphs of ordinary people, including the lonely guy hitting on a clerk at the DMV, the Long Island waitress who flees to Europe on a whim, and the cheerful pothead subsisting on Doritos and Oliver Stone movies.
Blanket-lover Linus, now Van, is a Buddhist pothead.